The CSHBC survey mainly asks registrants who hold CP certificates how much time it takes to complete individual CP procedures, and the number of CP procedures conducted on average in a year, month, week, and day. The survey also asks whether registrants have acted as CP supervisors training registrants within their CP areas, and for information related to CP supervision. Finally, the survey asks for general information, including what region of BC registrants practice in.
Results from the survey will provide CSHBC with information pertaining to frequency of clinical provision of services to clients in various Certified Practice areas, registrant workload demands of CP supervision, and current geographic practice trends. This will assist the College in determining appropriate recency of practice requirements related to CP certificate renewals.
This anonymous survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes to complete. Please complete the survey by June 23, 2023.
CSHBC thanks all registrants for participating in the CP survey.
As set by the Ministry of Health, the Speech and Hearing Health Professionals Regulation outlines the higher-risk practices that require certification before a registrant can perform them independently. Certified practices involve above entry level requirements but may or may not involve restricted activities.
CP certificates provide registrants with independence and autonomy in specific practice areas that involve above entry level requirements.